Vacanze Romane: l’alloggio

Casa moderna accogliente e fornita di ogni confort, aria condizionata, tv LCD, musica, connessione wifi, giardino esterno privato con veranda e possibilità di utilizzare il barbecue. Ampio salone fornito di TV e stereo, con angolo cottura e divano letto. Una camera da letto matrimoniale e bagno.

Il quartiere

Ci troviamo a 100mt dalla metro A, per poter raggiungere il centro di Roma in pochi minuti.
Supermercato per la spesa adiacente la casa.

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Servizi extra: Palestra attrezzata non lontana dalla casa con possibilità di accesso anche alla sauna della palestra.

Vacanze Romane: The Apartment

Cosy modern house full equipped with every comfort, air conditioning, LCD TV, music, wifi connection, private outdoor garden with veranda and possibility to use the barbecue. Large lounge with TV and stereo, with kitchenette and sofa bed. A double bedroom and bathroom.

The district

We are 100 meters far from the Metro A, to reach the centre of Rome in a few minutes.

Grocery store next to the house.

Extra services

Equipped gym not far from the house with access to the gym sauna.

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YOU CAN’T MISS

  • THE PANTHEON: By far the most intact of Rome’s ancient monuments, and still sporting the city’s widest dome.
  • PIZZA: There’s nothing quite like thin, crispy-based Roman pizza, mouth-watering,
  • MUSEO NAZIONALE ROMANO.
  • GALLERIA BORGHESE: A fantastic array of Bernini sculptures together with superb collections of Renaissance paintings in a beautifully restored seventeenth-century villa.
  • VILLA BORGHESE: The city centre’s largest open space has plenty to occupy you – a zoo and boating lake.
  • GELATO: The traditional and best way to finish off an evening out.
  • ROMAN FORUM AND PALATINE: The heart of ancient world.
  • VATICAN MUSEUMS: One of the world’s largest museum complexes, that include the Sistine Chapel and Raphael Rooms.
  • TREVI FOUNTAIN.
  • BASILICA OF SAN CLEMENTE: An ancient temple under an ancient church topped by a medieval basilica.
  • DOMUS AUREA: Nero’s fascinating Golden House.
  • PIAZZA NAVONA: If Rome has a centre, this is probably it.
  • OSTIA ANTICA: One of the best-preserved of all Italy’s ancient Roman sites.
  • ARA PACIS: Hunk of stone from the Augustan era.
  • CAMPO DE’ FIORI: In the morning one of the Rome’s oldest market, while in the evening the square’s bar and restaurants from one of the city centre’s main nightlife hubs.
  • CAPITOLINE MUSEUMS.
  • COLOSSEO: The most photographed of Rome’s monuments.
  • ST PETER BASILICA: One of the largest churches in the world in the world’s smallest country.
  • PROTESTANT CEMETERY: This evocatively overgrown corner of Testaccio is the final resting place of Keats and Shelley.

TICKET AND PASSES

Flat-fare tickets cost €1,50 each and are good for any number of bus or tram rides and one metro ride within 100 minutes of validating them. You can also get a day-pass, valid for 24 hours from the first use for €7; a 48-hour pass costs €12,50; a 72-hours pass costs €18; or a seven-day pass costs €24.

DRINKING

CENTRO STORICO

  • Abbey Theatre: Via del Governo Vecchio 51; Irish Pub.
  • Bar del Fico: Piazza del Fico 73; Outside drink on its own peaceful square but right at the heart of Rome’s urban buzz.
  • Cul de Sac: Piazza Pasquino 7; Wine-bar food – coldmeats, cheeses, salad and soups.
  • Enoteca Achilli: Via dei Prefetti 15.
  • Etabili: Vicolo delle Vacche 9a; Lounge-style bar and restaurant.
  • Il Piccolo: Via del Governo Vecchio 74/75; A friendly Happy Hour near Piazza Navona.
  • Le Coppelle: Piazza delle Coppelle 52; Snazzy Bar.
  • Salotto 42: Piazza di Pietra 42; Bar facing the ruins of Hadrian’s temple.
  • Trinity College: Via del Collegio Romano 6; Offering international beers and food.

CAMPO DE’ FIORI AND THE GHETTO

  • Barnum Café: Via del Pellegrino 87; A café by day, great cocktail bar by night.
  • Il Goccetto: Via dei Banchi Vecchi 14; Wine bar.
  • Jerry Thomas Project: Vicolo Cellini 30; Late-night speakeasy-style bar.
  • L’Angolo Divino: Via dei Balestrari 12; Cosy. Bottle-lined wine bar.
  • Open Baladin: Via degli Specchi; Central Rome’s ultimate birreria
  • Scholars’ Lounge: Via del Plebiscito 101b; City-centre Irish pub.

TRASTEVERE

  • Baylon: Via di San Francesco a Ripa 151; All-day dining and drinking.
  • Bar San Calisto: Piazza San Calisto 3; An old-guard Trastevere bar.
  • Enoteca Ferrara: Via del Moro 1a; Wine bar just off Piazza Trilussa.
  • Freni e Frizioni: Via del Politeama 4/6; Bustling bar with good cocktails.
  • Ma Che Siete Venuti a Fà: Via Benedetta 25; Artisanal beers from all over the world.
  • Ombre Rosse: Piazza di Sant’Egidio 12/13; Italian Café with a shady outside terrace and dubby interior that hosts live jazz and blues, and serves decent wine-bar-style snacks and light meals.

SAN GIOVANNI

  • Blind Pig: Via la Spezia 72; Speakeasy with excellent Focaccia.
  • Officine San Giovanni: Largo Brindisi 25; Bistrò.
  • Tira e Molla: Via Enna 2; Good for Aperitivo, they serve good pizza and cocktails.
  • La Scimmia: Via Gino Capponi 7; Tiki Bar.
  • Necci dal 1924: ViaFanfulla da Lodi 68; Homemade pasta, bread and sweets in a 1924 restaurant-patisserie with modern interiors and retro details.

STREET FOOD

  • Supplizio: Via dei Banchi Vecchi 143;
  • Dar Filettaro: Largo dei Librari 88; Near campo dè fiori
  • Pizzarium: Via della Meloria 43;
  • Trapizzino: Testaccio: Via Giovanni Barca 88; Trastevere: Piazza Trilussa 46; Ponte Milvio: Piazzale di Ponte Milvio 13.

GELATO

  • Fatamorgana: Piazza degli Zingari 5; Piazza San Cosimato in Trastevere; Via Laurina; Via Leone IV.
  • Otaleg: Via di San Cosimato 14a.
  • Gelarmony: Via Marcantonio Colonna 34.
  • Fior di Luna: Via della Lungaretta 96.
  • Gelateria dei Gracchi: Via dei Gracchi 272.
  • Gelateria del Teatro: Via dei Coronari 65.
  • Giolitti: Via degli Uffici del Vicario 40.
  • Il Gelato di Claudio Torcè: Viale Aventino 59.
  • Palazzo del Freddo di Giovanni Fassi: Via Principe Eugenio 65/67a.
  • Punto Gelato: Via dei Pettinari 43.
  • San Crispino: Via della Panetteria 42.
  • La Romana: Via Magna Grecia 47A (San Giovanni); Via Cola di Rienzo 2 (Centro).

 

EATING

SAN GIOVANNI

  • Al Grottino: Via Orvieto 6; Pizzeria and restaurant.
  • La Capagira: Via Voghera 12; Puglia osteria.
  • Franz Burger: Via La Spezia 127. Hamburger.
  • Il Focacciotto: Via Gallarate 5; Pizzeria.
  • Luzzi: Via di San Giovanni in Laterano 88.
  • Mesob: Via Prenestina 118; Ethnic Food.
  • Tajut: Via San Giovanni in Laterano 244; Restaurant and wine-bar.
  • Dar Bruttone: Via Taranto 118; Roman Osteria.

CENTRO STORICO

  • Armando al Pantheon: Salita de Crescenzi 31; Roman classic pasta dishes and main courses.
  • Casa Bleve: Via del Teatro Valle 48; Huge wine list and a menu of assorted cured meats and cheeses, pastas, fish and meat courses.
  • Da Alfredo e Ada: Via dei Banchi Nuovi 14; Good home-cooked food just like your Italian granny used to make. (Reckon on spending around €25 for two courses including wine).
  • Da Baffetto: Via del Governo Vecchio 114; Piazza del Teatro di Pompeo. Good Pizzeria. (Pizza from €6).
  • Da Francesco: Piazza del Fico 29; Full-on pizzeria, good antipasti, primi and secondi. (A two-courses dinner with wine costs around €25).
  • Da Gino al Parlamento: Vicolo Rosini 4; Serving a determinedly traditional Roman menu at keen prices.
  • Da Tonino: Via del Governo Vecchio 18/19; Basic Roman food, always freshly cooked. (Roman pasta dishes for around €6-8 and main courses for €8-10).
  • Enoteca al Parlamento Achilli: Via dei Prefetti 15; Family-run restaurant fun, dynamic and full of surprises. (Main courses from around €30).
  • Enoteca Corsi: Via del Gesù 87/88; Old-faschioned Roman trattoria and wine shop where you eat what they happen to have cooked that morning. The menu changes each day. (The food is solid and pretty cheap).
  • Il Bacaro: Via degli Spagnoli 27; Tiny restaurant tucked away down a small side street.
  • La Montecarlo: Vicolo Savelli 13; Serves crisp, blistered pizza from €6, along with heaped dishes of pasta and decent Roman fritti.
  • La Terrazza Bramante: Hotel Raphael, Largo Febo 2; Flower-filled roof terrace that exudes romance. The menu emphatizes organic product, the focus is on vegetables and fish. (Primi €16-18, secondi €18-24).
  • Maccheroni: Piazza delle Coppelle 44; The friendly restaurant enjoys a wonderful location.
  • La Matricianella: Via del Leone 4; Perhaps the best place to try real Roman food in the city centre, with classic deep-fried dishes such as filetti di baccalà and various vegetable fritti, as well as traditional Roman pasta dishes such as cacio e pepe, and a great wine list. (Pasta dishes around €11, main courses €16).
  • Osteria dell’Ingegno: Piazza di Pietra 45; A relaxed bistro on a happening square. There are variations on traditional classic, all to a background of cool jazz. (Main courses from around €14).
  • Osteria del Pegno: Vicolo Montevecchio 8; Set on the ground floor of fifteenth-century palazzo, this small restaurant serves Roman classic, as well as a few fish dishes. They also serve pizzas cooked in a wood-burning oven. (Primi €8-12, secondi €10-13).
  • Trattoria Lilli: Via di Tor di Nona 23; One of the city centre’s most authentic and un-touristy trattorias. It serves a good selection of classic Roman staples. (Good value for money, primi e secondi €10-12).

CAMPO DE’ FIORI AND THE GHETTO

  • Al Pompiere: Via Santa Maria dei Calderari 38; In the heart of the Ghetto, this old-fashioned restaurant serves up some of the best Roman-Jewish food, especially good fiori di zucca, and at decent prices.
  • Ar Galletto: Piazza Farnese 104; Roman cookey with a homely touch. (Primi €10-12, secondi €16-22).
  • Bà Ghetto: Via Portico d’Ottavia 57; This restaurant serves Roman, North African and Middle Eastern Jewish specialities.
  • Ditirambo: Piazza della Cancelleria 74; Around the corner from Campo de’ Fiori, this restaurant offers traditional Italian dishes and ingredients, and there are a lots of vegetarian options.
  • Emma: Via Monte della Farina 28; The pizza is excellent. There are also pasta dishes and secondi, delicious fritti and an unusually good wine and beer list.
  • Grappolo d’Oro: Piazza della Cancelleria 80; It serves Roman Cuisine in a traditional trattoria atmosphere. (Pasta dishes €9-10, mainly meat main courses at €15-17).
  • Il Sanlorenzo: Via dei Chiavari 4/5; This fine fish restaurant serves the freshest and most creatively prepared catch in the city centre. (Pasta primi €20-22, secondi from around €30).
  • Nonna Betta: Via del Portico d’Ottavia 16; The best kosher restaurant in the Ghetto serves all the classic of the cucina Romana including Carciofi alla giudia, aliciotti cion indivia.
  • Roscioli: Via dei Giubbonari 21; You can either just have a glass of wine and some cheese, or go for the full menu, which has a great antipasti and pasta dishes. (Basic pasta dishes start at €12, main courses can be anything from €15 to €30).

TEN PLACES FOR PIZZA

  • Ai Marmi: Viale di Trastevere 53.
  • Al Grottino: Via Orvieto 6.
  • Alle Carrette: Via della Madonna dei Monti 95.
  • Da Francesco: Piazza del Fico 29.
  • Da Remo: Piazza di Santa Maria Liberatrice 44.
  • Emma: Via Monte della Farina 28.
  • Formula 1: Via degli Equi 13.
  • Giggetto: Via del Portico d’Ottavia 21/a.
  • Giulietta: Piazza dell’Emporio 28.
  • Pizzarium: Via della Meloria 43.

THREE PLACES FOR VEGGIES:

  • Ditirambo: Piazza della Cancelleria 74.
  • Mesob: Via Prenestina 118.
  • Metamorfosi: Via Giovanni Antonelli 30.